Initially, I wanted to wrap 2020 up in the last post, but last year was honestly something else, so I figured it does deserve some proper closure. The following post is mostly about the first half of last year and about living in London during the first lockdown. Of course, the situation in London (and … Continue reading Missing London: in the shadow of Brexit and pandemic.
For someone who claims they love writing, I surely don't tire myself out. But every year, I get a sudden struck of inspiration- I guess I'm really into that new year, new me thingy. Except that this year was nothing like ordinary, so I suddenly realized my list is not going to be ordinary either. … Continue reading Importance of kindness, and other thoughts on 2020
Well, that sounds a lot like me: to make all those plans about how I want to write more and more, and then to disappear for all summer. I'm not too proud of that, truth to be told. But I've already started to write a couple of posts that I intend to publish very soon … Continue reading The Perfectly Imperfect Tag.
It is so hard to believe! Does anyone else feel like the time just flies? I know it’s not the most innovative of my thoughts, but it’s kinda scary when you think about it. So I decided to do, well, a to-do list that will help me to organize my plans for June. Be more … Continue reading Tomorrow is June!
Or My new roommate. Advantages of living with my brother, as my brother himself suggested. Today's post is going to be a little personal (and long), but there could be no better opportunity for that. It will also be about changes, inspirations and that you should not settle for something you are not quite comfortable with. I … Continue reading Changes.
As far back as I can remember, Christmas Eve was my favorite holiday of the year. I’ve been blessed with an amazing family, and our festive get-togethers were just a cherry on the top. Every year we used to organize these really wonderful, movie-alike Christmas Eve dinners. Or suppers, to be exact. As a family, … Continue reading Christmas abroad. How to survive when you are far away from home.
I’ve always loved writing. As a little girl, I used to write long poems about life. I had the whole notebook filled with deep phrases like “Autumn has come. It’s already September” (and yes, it actually does rhyme in my language. Doesn’t sound any better though). Through the years I produced a crazy amount of … Continue reading How do I even start?